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1988 Toyota Pickup 22re ac R134 adaptor

Old 03-25-2016, 11:41 AM
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1988 Toyota Pickup 22re ac R134 adaptor

1988 Toyota Pickup 22re ac R134 adaptor that came in the conversion kit
Is not at correct angle...can't add freon to my system....no room for hookup

Is there an aftermarket adaptor that will work?

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Pic?

There is so much room by the compressor that I have a hard time seeing this.

Where did you get the conversion kit?
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Originally Posted by crawler85 View Post
Pic?

There is so much room by the compressor that I have a hard time seeing this.

Where did you get the conversion kit?
I ain't got a pic yet, will Monday
It's my bosses truck

The Schrader valve on top of the compressor, when the aluminum adaptor is screwed onto it, there is no water to get the freon hose connector onto it, no room above

I think I can lookup the kit he purchased and post a picture of it and the compressor from another 22re

That will give an idea of what tight spaces there is
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Show us what your working with!!

All kinds of adapters

One can even replace lines to those with the 134a fittings
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Originally Posted by wyoming9 View Post
Show us what your working with!!

All kinds of adapters

One can even replace lines to those with the 134a fittings
ok, I got my bosses son to snap a pic of the original compressor with the adaptor screwed on to the original schrader valve

this is the kit

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Get yourself some 90 Degree adapters you will be good to go

I wish you luck without gauges and a Vacuum pump

I am guessing you have not checked for leaks ??
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Originally Posted by wyoming9 View Post
Get yourself some 90 Degree adapters you will be good to go

I wish you luck without gauges and a Vacuum pump

I am guessing you have not checked for leaks ??
Thanks
I have a vacuum pump, gauges and a whole lot of stuff
And know how to check for leak, tear the dash out
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That is pretty tight, mine must not be stock, my valves point forward.
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Yep that's an 88 compressor. You need to get 90 degree fittings like Wyoming said. Also 85-87 compressors had schrader valves pointed forward and the hoses both coming out of the passenger side of the compressor. This was changed in 88 due to the air injection system being in the way of the suction hose that's why the Schrader valve is pointed rearward and the hose comes out of the front.
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Originally Posted by crawler85 View Post
That is pretty tight, mine must not be stock, my valves point forward.
Yeah crawler you're one of the lucky ones LOL I think I'll probably wind up maybe cnfa I can get an adapter to go to that high pressure side that will turn at a 90 degree angle toward the front of the vehicle but I appreciate your input though man it's cool thanks
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